'Today' Show Summer Concert Series 2017: Check out the lineup of artists set to perform

'Today' Show Summer Concert Series 2017: Check out the lineup of artists set to perform
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Summer is almost here, and that means amazing concert series are about to kick off, especially in and around New York City. The Citi Concert Series on Today is getting the ball rolling on May 9 with former One Direction member Harry Styles. 

According to Billboard, Style's Tuesday morning performance at Rockefeller Plaza will be the second solo performance he's ever given in his singing career. Considering he just released his new single, and he's got a tour in place for this fall, Styles is the perfect choice for the summer series opener. 

And, needless to say, his fans are pumped to see him. 

Harry Styles, however, is only one in a long line of awesome musicians slated to perform at the Citi Concert Series on Today. 

Check out the full lineup for The Today Show's summer concert series below:

• May 9 — Harry Styles
• May 15 — New Kids on the Block 
• May 16 — Zac Brown Band
• May 19 — Mary J. Blige 
• May 26 — Miley Cyrus 
• May 29 — Niall Horan
• June 2 —Thomas Rhett
• June 9 — Halsey
• June 16 — Shania Twain
• June 30 — Charlie Puth
• July 6 — Ed Sheeran
• July 7 — Flo Rida
• July 18 — Chris Stapleton
• July 21 — DNCE
• July 28 — Fitz and The Tantrums
• Aug. 4 — Brad Paisley
• Aug. 18 — Hailee Steinfeld
• Aug. 25 — Jason Aldean

*Dates for Bruno Mars, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill and Camila Cabello have yet to be announced.

Fan passes and concert location information

The shows are free, and attendance is on a first-come first-served basis, however, there are a limited number of priority access passes available to fans once their show of choice gets closer. The concerts are all located at 48th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues in New York City (aka Rockefeller Plaza), and they happen rain or shine. It's suggested fans get there around 5 a.m. to increase the likelihood of getting a decent viewing spot. The Today show starts at 7 a.m on weekdays, and concerts can start anytime after. Click on the links above to get more information on each scheduled concert.

For anyone looking to attend more free concerts in New York City this summer, SummerStage has a great lineup as well, and is located at the Rumsey Playfield in Central Park.

Mic has ongoing concert coverage. Follow our main concert hub here.